RICS School of Built Environment (RICS SBE), Amity University completes its final plcement process for the MBA batch of 2013-15. About 70 companies participated in the campus placement offering various roles to the students. The list of the compaies included real estate developers, global and domestic real estate consulting, construction consulting, banks and housing finance institutions, construction firms, private equity funds, facility management firms and global investment banks.
The batch of MBA 2013-15 consisted of both the programmes, MBA Real estate & Urban infrastructure and MBA in Construction project management. The average salary offered to students was Rs. 6.7 lakh, with the highest offer of Rs.13 lakh.
Top recruiters in the final placement process included - KPMG, HDFC, DLF, TATA Housing, ShapoorjiPallonji, Leighton India, Mahindra Lifespaces, Akshaya Housing, JLL, CBRE, DTZ, Colliers, Cushman & Wakefield, Knight Frank, LiasesForas amongst others.
The roles offered to the students were diverse ranging from investment banking and management to research, valuations, project management, quantity surveying, corporate real estate, facilities management, sales and marketing, etc.
Prof K. T. Ravindran, Dean Emeritus, RICS School of Built Environment, Amity University said “These unique set of techno-managerial programs have a judicious fusion of academic rigor, real life case studies and internships with top companies which prepare competent professionals with the right skills, thereby giving a good start to successful specialized careers.”
Sachin Sandhir, Global Managing Director - Emerging Business, RICS said “Placements this year are really a testimony to the strong goodwill and industry backing RICS enjoys as a global standard setting body for real estate & construction. There continues to be a huge demand for specialized MBA graduates who have the right knowledge and skills required for this industry.”
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amity university is one of the prominent university in india, it has really good placement record, experienced faculty, excellent infrastructure.
most of the candidates gets placement job offer before they complete the degree, the average packages ranges from 3.5-4.5 lakhs per annum.
companies like amazon, wipro business, icici, axis bank, walmart visits the campus.
Amity College of Mumbai for BBA is good. This course helps students to prepare for future endeavors in business management. The faculty is experienced and provides the right atmosphere to learn. The infrastructure of the campus is amazing with affordable fees structure. The placements are quite active and provides industry exporsure too. Overall it is a good College.
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Although your order of preference should depend on the investment and the ROI you get from any college.
The ROI i.e. the placement scenario should be according to the investment done by you in the college.
According to the choices you have you should have the following order of preference:
1- Amity business school
2-Jaipuria institute of management, Noida
3- IBA Bangalore.
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I think based on your score you can get direct admission in Amity noida but getting CS may in main campus will be bit difficult but you will get it at last . According to my opinion if you are choosing Amity so go for main campus only as it is only good other ones are just taking money . Amity noida sec-125 is the only best.
Amity Law School, Delhi is now not a part of GGSIPU, Delhi hence you will be taking admission in the private law course offered by Amity University and for the admission purposes it conducts its own entrance exam and it is not based on CLAT scores, you will need to give an English Language test, a subject based test and then an personal interview and based on the combined scores of these you will be offered admission. For more details please visit the given link,
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